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The total energy released in fission of U is

A. 5 MeV

B. 10 MeV

C. 199 MeV

D. 168 MeV

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  1. Gas cooled reactor uses following materials as moderator, and coolant
  2. Ferrite material is
  3. The mass number of a substance represents the sum of total number of
  4. Boiling water reactor uses the following as moderator, coolant and working fluid
  5. U₂₃₃ is produced
  6. The material most commonly used for shielding is
  7. The process by which a heavy nucleus is spitted into two light nuclei is known as
  8. Uranium has isotopes
  9. Superheated steam is generated in following reactor
  10. The predominant isotope of the naturally occuring element is
  11. A nuclear unit becoming critical means
  12. Which of the following nuclear reactor does not need a heat exchanger for generation of steam?
  13. Which of the following is more appropriate for a moderator? One which
  14. A reactor capable of converting a ferrite material into fissile isotopes is called
  15. The breeding gain in case of thermal breeder reactor as compared to fast breeder reactor is
  16. One gram of uranium will produce energy equivalent to approximately
  17. U238 will undergo fission by
  18. The total energy released in fission of U is
  19. Pick up the wrong statement
  20. Breeder reactors employ liquid metal coolant because it
  21. Reactors designed for propulsion applications are designed for
  22. Plutonium (Pu₂₃₉) is produced
  23. In boiling water reactor, moderator is
  24. Which is not identical for an atom and an isotope?
  25. The function of control rods in nuclear plants is to
  26. A fission chain reaction in uranium can be developed by
  27. Which of the following statement is correct regarding the features of a Breeder reactor?
  28. The energy released during the fission of one atom of Uranium 235 in million electron volts is about
  29. Amongst the following, the fissionable materials are
  30. Which of the following is the primary fuel?